Quote:strongsteve wrote:and if so, how?Step 1: Invent Time MachineStep 2: Go forward in time to when PHP 6 is re... [by vonskippy]
Quote:Justin417 wrote:Please help this is destroying my computer.Really? Is it smoking? Melting? Dissolving into molecule... [by vonskippy]
Quote:vonskippy wrote:You've added a whole lot of networking complexity while adding basically zero additional security....If ... [by alexm]
Quote:homeus3r wrote:So I recently installed CentOS 6.3 Minimal. At the time I was just going to test it out, but I absolutely love it and have spent... [by unspawn]
Quote:centosninja wrote:I;m using a dual boot laptop.what I found irritating is that the bios time and windows 7 os time is synchro... [by markkuk]
Quote:vonskippy wrote:Here, let me Google that for you....
Quote:cphillip10 wrote:Can anyone give me step by step instructions on how to install Azureus (vuze) on CentOS 5.2 Any help would be gladly apprec... [by Rocksockdoc]
I have Fedora release 18 (Spherical Cow) 3.9.4-200.fc18.x86_64 with XFCE 4.10. Every time I restart the computer the time changes by one hour forward.
ISC joined other key participants of the internet technical community in celebrating the achievement of a significant milestone for the Domain Name System today as the root zone was digitally signed for the first time.
Quote:scottro wrote:Supposedly, at some point, the forum will be updated.Bwahahahahahahaha, good one.There'... [by vonskippy]